Post by wickedrex1 on Dec 26, 2012 22:48:32 GMT -5
PCW Wrestling October 25, 2011 Show Me Center - Cape Girardeau, Missouri Attendance: 6,205 (89%)
Harlem Bravado pinned Ken Anderson with the X Marks The Spot in 0:12:04. Rating: ** 1/4
Byron Saxton defeated Eddie Edwardsw by countout in 0:06:28. Rating: ** 1/2
The Great Khali pinned Christopher Daniels after a power bomb in 0:10:02. Rating: * 3/4
[PCW Tag Team Title Match]: Hulk Hogan & Kofi Kingston defeated Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm & Robert Roode) when Hogan defeated R. Roode by disqualification in 0:19:33. Rating: ** 1/4 (Beer Money, Inc. retained the PCW Tag Team Titles.)
Daniel Bryan made Tyson Kidd submit to a gullotine choke in 0:12:21. Rating: *** 1/2
Jay Lethal pinned Lance Bravado after a power bomb in 0:12:24. Rating: * 3/4
Justin Gabriel defeated John Cena by disqualification in 0:01:18. Rating: ** [Max Buck interfered against Justin Gabriel.]
[PCW Television Title Match]: Alberto Del Rio pinned David Otunga after a hurrancurana in 0:08:45. Rating: ** 1/2 (Alberto Del Rio won the PCW Television Title.)
[PCW Heavyweight Title Match]: David Hart Smith defeated Max Buck by countout in 0:05:19. Rating: *** (Max Buck retained the PCW Heavyweight Title.)
Post by wickedrex1 on Dec 26, 2012 22:52:45 GMT -5
PCW News Update (October 26, 2011 -- Nashville, TN): Rex Butler was glad to introduce KEN ANDERSON as the newest member of the PCW roster last night in Cape Girardeau. Even after coming up short in his debut, Mr. Butler feels that Anderson will be a key asset to the backstage environment.
And, in other news out of Tuesday's show: It was announced that yesterday's show would be the last for three members of the PCW roster. Multiple-time Television and Heavyweight Champion, JUSTIN GABRIEL; multi-time Tag Team Champion, KOFI KINGSTON; and JOHN CENA have all decided to part ways with the organization. Mr. Butler would like to extend a "thank you" to all three men for the time they've put in. And, Mr. Butler wishes them well in their future endeavors.
Post by wickedrex1 on Jan 10, 2013 20:28:14 GMT -5
PCW Wrestling November 1, 2011 Alltel Center - Mankato, Minnesota Attendance: 1,108 (21%)
The Big Show pinned Ken Anderson with the Choke Slam in 0:13:03. Rating: ** 3/4
The few fans that braved the cold and snow to watch live wrestling action this week got a huge surprise as THE BIG SHOW made his PCW debut. The only person in the arena who probably wasn't happy to see Show was Ken Anderson. Anderson arrived in PCW last week, and felt a humiliating loss to Harlem Bravado. Anderson had a giant mountain to climb, in order to overcome that loss, but he made sure to give it his best effort. And, his best effort included ramming Show's face into the steel ring post, opening up a gash over Show's right eye, which sprayed blood over his face by the time the match was complete. Anderson tried to put Show away with the Mic Check, only to get thrown away like a rag doll. As Anderson ran in for another attack, Show caught him with the Choke Slam for the 1-2-3.
After the match, Show raised his hand in the air and yelled into the crowd, before wiping the blood from his face and leaving the ring.
The Great Khali pinned Tyson Kidd with the Punjabi Plunge in 0:11:55. Rating: *
This was hands-down, without a doubt, an absolute "David versus Goliath" match. On paper, before the match even began, Tyson Kidd wouldn't have stood a chance of winning this match. But, somehow, after the bell rang, Kidd came out firing. He used his speed, quickness and agility to wear down the Indian giant. Kidd was able to take Khali off his feet, after a dropkick sent Khali toppling through the ropes, crashing onto the concrete floor. Kidd stayed inside the ring, away of Ranjn Singh's presence at ringside. Kidd kept up the aerial assault, but as the match grew longer, Kidd grew less able to sustain the attack, and he quickly fell victim to Khali's devestating clawhold. After the Punjabi Plunge, Khali made the cover for the easy 1-2-3.
[Non-Title Match]: Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm & Robert Roode) defeated The All-Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) when R. Roode pinned K. King after a spinebuster slam in 0:01:29. Rating: **
The PCW welcomed two more newcomers tonight, as Ring of Honor's All-Night Express made their debut. Commissioner Rex Butler had issued a statement saying that, any team from the major promotions that would like a chance to face the PCW Tag Team Champions, for the belts, were welcome to come and take on the champs in this non-title match. If Titus and King won, they would receive a title match next week. The fans - nor Butler - were able to see much of the new guys as Storm and Roode made quick work of them. Roode connected with a very stiff spinebuster, and made the cover, as Rhett Titus could only look on in shock.
After the match, Storm got on the microphone and said that no one has held more combine titles then Beer Money, in the history of the PCW. He said that there wasn't a thing anyone in the back could do to take the belts away from them, and that the fans would have to get used to seeing what a true dominant tag team looks like. "Sorry 'bout your DAMN luck!"
[#1 Contenders Match]: David Hart Smith pinned David Otunga with the Saito Suplex in 0:13:40. Rating: ** 3/4
This match was signed after Smith defeated Max Buck by countout last week, and Otunga dropped the Television Title to Alberto Del Rio. We've seen a mean streak from David Hart Smith, since he resigned a contract last month, and it was on display in this match. After connecting with a superkick, Hart held control of the match for quite some time, manhandling the former TV Champion. But, the tide quickly turned as Otunga was able to surprise Hart by ducking a clothesline and connecting with a quick powerslam for a two-count. Otunga complained that the count was slow, but was back on Hart seconds later. Otunga kept dishing out punishment, and attempted a runninng clothesline, only to have Smith pull referee Tony Smith in the way! Stunned, Otunga fell victim to a low blow that dropped him to the canvas. Hart went outside the ring and grabbed a steel chair, bringing it back into the ring to unleash more damaged. Smith cracked the chair against Otunga's skull, before tossing onto the canvas. Smith then grabbed Otunga, and delivered the Saito Suplex onto the steel chair! Just as the refere was getting to his feet, Smith covered Otunga for the 1-2-3!
The small crowd booed loudly; the sound echoing through the arena, as Smith was announced the winner - and the new number-one contender. Smith left the ring as the referee tended to Otunga, who stay on the chair, trying to catch his breath, stiff with pain.
Card Rating: ** 1/4
Match Observations: Concerning the events that went down in tonight's main event, Commissioner Rex Butler has stated that if David Hart Smith causes any harm to an official, or uses anything at ringside as a weapon, he will be suspended from in-ring action.
This was a fun show! This is the minor leagues for Horizon, right? Looks like you normally don't give the show much of a writeup, so was this just a special occasion? Anyway, I like the writing style you used here.
DH Smith is a star in the making with the way you've used him here.
Post by wickedrex1 on Jan 11, 2013 12:42:47 GMT -5
Yes, this is the minor leagues of HWL. I usually don't do anything more than post results here, but I've been thinking over the idea of trying to actually build up the roster, for when they choose to move up to the "majors". I'm going to try to keep this up, but I've been told it's a difficult task. So we'll see where it goes from here. Thanks for reading though!
Post by cardsflyinhigh on Jan 11, 2013 14:49:01 GMT -5
I like this idea of posting your minor leagues. Though Im just starting to get caught up on both. It gives a good background for guys who appear in HWL instead of that coming out of nowhere. And builds the anticipation of who is likely to be making a debut.
I like this idea of posting your minor leagues. Though Im just starting to get caught up on both. It gives a good background for guys who appear in HWL instead of that coming out of nowhere. And builds the anticipation of who is likely to be making a debut.
Post by wickedrex1 on Jan 15, 2013 20:34:43 GMT -5
PCW Wrestling November 8, 2011 Olympic Sports Arena - Changzhou, China Attendance: 5,518 (89%)
A BIG ANNOUNCEMENT PCW Commissioner Rex Butler came out to the ring, at the start of the show, to share an announcement that was given to him earlier in the day, by Peter Bradshaw. Butler says that, beginning on January 3, 2012 - and every first Tuesday of each month - the PCW will be holding a LIVE event, that will be carried on the new NBC Sports Network. Butler said both he and Bradshaw were excited to see the stars of PCW get their time in the spotlight; and that he couldn't wait for the start of the new year.
[Television Title Match]: Alberto Del Rio pinned David Otunga after a hurancarana in 0:08:40. Rating: ** 1/2 (Alberto Del Rio retrained the PCW Television Title.) [Roberto Rodriguez interfered against David Otunga.]
A rematch for the TV Title was up first, hoping to get the crowd behind the PCW Superstars. David Otunga came into this match, after a grueling match with David Hart Smith last week, in which his back was rattled by chair shots from "The Canadian Bulldog". Getting only a few days off between that match and his duties with the HWL, Otunga appeared to be in no shape tonight; and Del Rio wasted no time taking advantage of the chance. Del Rio used a number of submission moves to wear down Otunga's lower back, before tossing Otunga outside the ring, where he was nearly counted out. Robert Rodriguez got invovled, hitting Otunga in the back with the TV Title! Otunga went after Rodriguez, only to get a stiff clothesline from Del Rio onto the concrete floor! Del Rio rolled Otunga back into the ring and, in a surprising show of agility, executed a hurancarana, hooking Otunga's legs for the 1-2-3.
Eddie Edwards made Harlem Bravado submit to the Achilles Lock in 0:16:22. *Harlem Bravado injured his right knee. He will be out for 6 weeks.* Rating: *** 1/4
On paper, this match wouldn't seem to be the match that would possibly steal the show tonight, but at this point in the card, that's exactly what it did. Edwards and Bravado came out swinging. With no animosity between either of them, they turned this match into a makeshift boxing contest. When there were moves used - most often by Edwards - somehow Bravado would find a way to counter them into near-falls. Edwards began getting very frustrated with this, and landed a very stiff forearm to Bravado's back, sending him crashing to the concrete outside. It appeared that Bravado landed awkwardly, as he tried to catch himself on the apron, as he nearly beat the 10-count from the referee. As the match continued, Edwards focused on Bravado's knee, before locking in the Achilles Lock. In no time flat, Bravado tapped out.
After the match, Edwards left the ring, and stood by the apron, as the referee tended to Bravado. Medical personnel were called down, as they assisted Bravado out of the ring. Edwards followed behind, in a show of support, as the announcers said that Bravado's injury was unfortunate.
[Tag Team Title Match]: Jay Lethal & Daniel Bryan defeated Beer Money (James Storm & Robert Roode) when D. Bryan defeated J. Storm by countout in 0:04:53. Rating: *** 1/2 (Beer Money retained the PCW Tag Team Titles.)
The pairing of Jay Lethal and Daniel Bryan have been causing people to scratch their heads since they first started teaming together. Their alliance has yet to bring them championship gold, but they had another chance to change that tonight. They didn't hesitate to take the fight to the champs, and neither Storm nor Roode were concerned about giving it back. After a stiff right hand from Storm caused Bryan to stumble on his feet, Storm whipped him through the ropes, and onto the concrete below. Storm took his time, sipping from his beer bottle in the corner, before running into the ropes and attempted a plancha. But, before he connected, Bryan rolled out of the way, as the sickening thud of Storm's torso landing on the concrete echoed through the arena. Lethal jumped down and helped rolled Bryan into the ring. Roode, standing across the ring, jumped off the apron, made a bee-line for Storm and dragged him from ringside as the referee counted to ten.
The Big Show pinned Christopher Daniels with the Choke Slam in 0:13:20. Rating: * 1/2
The Big Show looked to keep up his winning ways tonight, in the same fashion as last week, but Christopher Daniels had other ideas. Daniels came at The Big Show were his high-octane aerial offense, but The Big Show wouldn't have any of it. Show easier tossed Daniels aside when he went to the air, Daniels soon grew tired of his game plan. Changing gears, Daniels tried to take The Big Show's legs from under him, but even vicious kicks to the hamstrings and calves only caused the giant newcomer to limp around the ring. Show appeared to have enough of toying around with Daniels, and standed landing massive shots, left and right. Show hoisted Daniels up and executed a superplex that nearly shook the ring over it's posts! That would've easily put Daniels away, but Show lifted him up and hit the Choke Slam before making the cover.
THE BULLDOG SPEAKS Coming out before his Heavyweight Title match against Max Buck, DAVID HART SMITH says that being on his own, and doing what he feels his best for his career, is one of the greatest feelings in the world. Smith says that, last week, he showed everyone what he was really capable of inside the ring; and that he wasn't going to be held back by his heritage anymore. Smith says that he was going to cut his own path to success, and that if it means "beating the hell out of people to get it...", that's what he'll have to do. Smith then says that he finds the "threat" by Rex Butler comical, and that after last week - and certainly tonight - that Butler would be insane to do anything to Smith, especially after he wins the Heavyweight Title. Smith says that he showed how dominant he can be, and that after winning the title, there will be no chance of stopping him.
[Heavyweight Title Match]: Max Buck pinned David Hart Smith after a moonsault in 0:07:29. Rating: ** 3/4 (Max Buck retained the PCW Heavyweight Title.)
David Hart Smith bulldozed his way into this match, last week, when he destroyed David Otunga with a steel chair, leaving Otunga sprawl out in the center of the ring. "The Canadian Bulldog" wasn't given the chance to do that tonight, as the champ came out with a game plan, going after Smith's legs, trying to take away Smith's leverage. Smith was grounded for a little while, but not quite long enough for Buck to inflict much damage. Smith fought his way back, and looked to have gained control of the match, when he sent Buck through the ropes and crashing down onto the concrete at ringside. Then, outside the ring, the "Bulldog" that appeared last week came back. Smith grabbed Buck, and readied himself to whip Buck into the guardrail, before deciding to hit a short lariat, sending both men back to the concrete. From there, Smith used kicks to wear down the speedy champion, before rolling him back into the ring. Smith played the crowd, who didn't give any response back in return, before going after Buck again. The taunting allowed Buck a chance to catch his breath, and as Smith picked him up for a powerslam, Buck slid down "The Bulldog's" back. Quickly, as Smith turned around, Buck connected with a Swinging DDT! Buck then climbed up to the top rope and hit a picture-perfect moonsault for the 1-2-3!
After the match, Buck was announced the winner as he held his rolled off of Smith, grabbing his ribs in pain. Buck used the ropes to get to his feet before the referee raised his hand in victory. Slowly, Buck exited the ring, grabbed his title belt, and made his way up the ramp as the show went off the air.
Not really sure who Harlem Bravado is, but sucks losing him for awhile after he just stole the show.
Big win for Lethal and Bryan. Looks like they should be in line for a title shot. Beer Money are another favorite of mine so a feud between the two teams would sound good to me.
Damn! A superplex from Big Show? Surprised Daniels isn't dead.
Tough loss for DH Smith especially coming after his impressive win over Otunga last week. Still, he looked impressive, and if it wasn't time for him to win the title, you went with a way where he didn't look too weak.
Post by snabbit888 on Jan 17, 2013 15:39:51 GMT -5
The writeups have been a nice touch for PCW. Like we've talked about, I'm still thrown off by the incongruity of the roster, but that's the ruleset's fault more than yours. Don't get me wrong, I love the concept of having a development fed for HWA. It's just taking my mind some work to wrap around how you have some huge stars in PCW that should be on the main roster.
The writeups have been a nice touch for PCW. Like we've talked about, I'm still thrown off by the incongruity of the roster, but that's the ruleset's fault more than yours. Don't get me wrong, I love the concept of having a development fed for HWA. It's just taking my mind some work to wrap around how you have some huge stars in PCW that should be on the main roster.
The only thing I can say to this is, that if someone is willing to resign a contract, that's what they do. If they leave, then they are put into the pool of possible talent to move up. I agree. There are some people on the roster that should make the move, but according to the "game", they're not willing to, yet.
Post by wickedrex1 on Jan 26, 2013 14:04:13 GMT -5
PCW Wrestling November 15, 2011 Jubileiniy Sports Hall - St. Petersburg, Russia Attendance: 4,067 (58%)
BROTHERLY DEVOTION Lance Bravado started off the show, by pushing his brother Harlem down to the ring in a wheelchair. Lance pushed the wheelchair into a corner, and patted Harlem's heavily bandaged knee, causing his brother to grimace in pain. Inside the ring, Lance said that he was mortified to see the destruction done to his brother's knee by Eddie Edwards last week. Lance said that Edwards possibly ended Harlem's career, and Edwards had the guts to stand by and watch Harlem get carted to the back. Lance said that Edwards should be ashamed of himself, because calling Edwards to the ring to "teach him a lesson".
Eddie Edwards wasted no time coming down to the ring, and said that Lance had no idea what he was talking about. Edwards said that he felt bad about the injury Harlem suffered, and that if it were either of them in his spot, they would've finished the match, too. Out of nowhere, Lance smacked Edwards across the face and took him down to the canvas! A referee ran down to the ring and attempted to break up the brawl, until REX BUTLER made his way onto the stage and demanded that that the match begin.
Lance Bravado defeated Eddie Edwards by countout in 0:17:09. Rating: ** 3/4
With the two men already battling with each other, the referee quickly called for the bell, officially starting the match. Lance had a lot to prove, essentially fighting this battle for his injured brother. But Edwards - one-half of the current HWL Tag Team Champions - is not known for backing down from a fight. During the match, Kyle Johnson and John Ayres said that Edwards did what any other wrestler would have done in that situation: they would have honed in on the injury and used it to their advantage. Johnson said that there was no way for Edwards to know how serious the injury was until the match was over. As Johnson and Ayres continued to speculate, the match spilled outside the ring, where Harlem Bravado quickly found himself in danger. Edwards reversed Lance into the ringsteps, and stared at Harlem, before walking towards the wheelchair. Harlem recoiled as much as he could, while Edwards said that it wasn't his fault. The distraction gave Lance a chance to recover, connecting with a dropkick that sent Edwards crashing into the wheelchair, making it lean against the guardrail. Quickly, Lance set Harlem up before re-entering the ring, and complaining to the referee that it wasn't safe for his brother to be out there. John Ayres commented that it looked like Harlem had something in his hand, and when Edwards started to get to his feet, Harlem rocked him with a stiff right hand before sliding a pair of brass knuckles off his hand! Back in the ring, Lance backed away from the referee, allowing him to count Edwards out.
After the match, with the crowd voicing this displeasure, Lance slid out of the ring and pushed his brother up the ramp. On the stage, both men celebrated as the referee tended to Edwards outside the ring.
Kenny King defeated Mr. Anderson by disqualification in 0:12:40. Rating: *
Both of these men came up short in their respective matches two weeks ago, and they came in looking to correct things tonight. Anderson - who was known for his shortcomings inside the ring during his latter days in the HWL - came out very strong tonight, giving the All-Night Express member a beating he surely won't forget. Anderson held control for a better part of the match, but the tide turned when he attempted a somersault slam, but King got his knees up to reverse the move. King quickly hit a DDT but only got a two-count. King argued with the referee about the speed of his count, and this allowed Anderson to roll him up, but King was able to kick out *just* before the three-count. Anderson shot to his feet and started arguing with the referee, before hitting him with a right hand. The referee fell to the canvas as Anderson turned his attention to King, attacking him on the canvas! Moments later, the referee got up and disqualified Anderson.
After the match, RHETT TITUS ran down to the ring, and fought Anderson off. Titus stood over his fallen partner, begging Anderson to get back into the ring. Anderson walked away as Johnson and Ayres wondered if Anderson was starting to show a different side.
Christopher Daniels pinned Hulk Hogan with the Best Moonsault Ever in 0:20:29. Rating: ** 3/4
Daniels was coming into the match, hoping to overcome his loss to The Big Show last week, and he held the offense from the onset. But, facing "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan, no amount of offense can guarantee a victory. Hogan came back, after hitting a thumb to Daniels' eye, with the referee's back turned, and began to take over the match from there. Using every trick that he's learned over the decades in the business, Hogan kept on Daniels, and attempted The Big Leg Drop, only to have Daniels roll out of the way at the last second! Daniels started to slowly make a comeback, but both men started trading blows as time started to run out of the match. When the bell sounded, the referee let the match continue, giving Daniels just enough time to hit a spinning leg kick. Daniels jumped onto the turnbuckle and connected with the B.M.E for the 1-2-3.
LETHAL AND BRYAN ISSUE CHALLENGE Before the night's main event, JAY LETHAL and DANIEL BRYAN come out to the ring, as Johnson and Ayres review the events that took place last week. In the ring, Bryan said that he questioned the motives of Beer Money last week, when they walked away - or better yet - were dragged away from their title defense against he and Lethal. Bryan said that, as Champions, Roode and Storm should know better than to claim to be the best, and then not come out and prove it. Bryan called them "hillbilly cowards", and challenged them to a rematch for the December 6th event. Bryan said that if it made Roode and Storm more likely to accept the challenge, that he and Lethal would even allow Beer Money to pick the kind of match it was. Bryan dropped the microphone, as he and Lethal awaited their opponents...
Jay Lethal & Daniel Bryan defeated Alberto Del Rio & David Otunga when D. Bryan defeated Del Rio by disqualification in 0:26:00. Rating: **** [Roberto Rodriguez interfered against Daniel Bryan.]
Lethal and Bryan wanted to make a strong statement tonight, after issuing their challenge to the Tag Team Champions before the match, but Alberto Del Rio and David Otunga were not going to let them get an easy victory. This match went well over the time limit, but for the second straight match of the night, the referee allowed the match to continue. Del Rio and Otunga tried to find ways to put away Lethal and Bryan, even using Roberto Rodriguez as a distraction. As Jay Lethal and David Otunga were brawling outside the ring, Daniel Bryan was setting up to put Del Rio in the Lebell Lock, when Rodriguez reached in and tripped Bryan. The referee quickly called for the bell, as Bryan turned around and pointed at Roberto. From behind, Del Rio attacked Bryan, and things quickly got out of hand for the official.
As the refere tried to break up the fight between Del Rio and Byran, DAVID HART SMITH ran down to the ring and took out both Jay Lethal and David Otunga with a double clothesline to the concrete! Smith then made his way to the announce table, where he flipped it over, throwing monitors and chairs all over the ringside area. Smith continued his destruction, demanding that he be given a match next week. Moments later, Commissioner Rex Butler came out to the stage, and told Smith that if the destruction didn't stop, he'd be suspended on the spot. Butler said that there are rules that everyone has to follow - his rules - and that David Hart Smith was not above any of them. Butler said that he does have a match scheduled for Smith next week... and that his opponent would be Daniel Bryan! Butler walked off stage as Bryan and Smith stared at each other from across the ring.
PCW Wrestling November 22, 2011 Greensboro Coliseum - Greensboro, North Carolina Attendance: 12,764 (60%)
Rhett Titus pinned Mr. Anderson after a frog splash in 0:09:34. Rating: * ¼
This week’s show started off with a match that was signed by Rex Butler after the events of Anderson’s match with Kenny King ended with Anderson getting himself disqualified. Titus came out and saved his tag team partner, and seemed more than willing to get into the ring with Anderson. Tonight, he get his chance. The match started off with some quick offense from Anderson, but Titus quickly turned the tide after throwing Anderson out of the ring. Titus appeared to be a man on a mission after Anderson reentered the ring, as he never let Anderson get in more than a couple lefts and rights. Titus ducked a right hand from Anderson, connecting with a DDT. He then quickly jumped up to the top rope, and hit a soaring frog splash to pick up the victory.
After the match, KENNY KING made his way down to the ring, and celebrated with this tag team partner.
Backstage, CHRISTOPHER DANIELS is shown standing in front of a stationary camera. Daniels says that he is sick and tired of being overlooked by Rex Butler and the rest of the PCW roster. He says that he has already done enough to make a name for himself in the business, but he has been kept in the shadows since he arrived. Daniels says that he expects that to change, since he pinned the biggest name in wrestling - Hulk Hogan - last week. Daniels says he doesn’t care if Hogan is “over the hill, and way past his prime”, that to this day, everyone knows who “The Hulkster” is. And now, Daniels says, everyone will know the man who beat him.
Robert Roode defeated Christopher Daniels by countout in 0:05:10. Rating: ** ½
“The Fallen Angel” came into this match, looking to capitalize on his successful victory over Hulk Hogan last week. But tonight, he was stepping into the ring with one-half of the PCW Tag Team Champions, Robert Roode. Daniels looked strong at the beginning of the match, even locking Roode in an armbar that nearly made the champion tap out. But, Roode was able to fight back, pulling down the ropes as Daniels attempted a cross body block. Daniels crashed hard onto the concrete at ringside, and Roode was quick to slide out of the ring and pounce on the opportunity. Daniels appeared dazed as Roode picked him up send Daniels back-first into the guardrail! Roode grabbed a microphone from the timekeeper and rolled back into the ring as the referee gave Daniels the 10-count.
After the match, Roode said that he and James Storm watched last week, as Daniel Bryan and Jay Lethal made their challenge for a Tag Team Title rematch. Roode said that the fact that they wanted a rematch was reason enough to accept the challenge. But when Bryan said that he and Storm could pick any match that they wanted, the offer was too sweet to pass up. Roode said that he and Storm accept the challenge, and will put the titles on the line on December 6th… in a Strap Match.
David Hart Smith pinned Daniel Bryan with the Saito Suplex in 0:23:54. Rating: **** ¼
Earlier in the evening, Daniel Bryan heard that Beer Money had accepted his and Jay Lethal’s challenge for a Tag Team Title rematch, So he had every intention on coming out to the ring and ending his night with a victory. Things were not that easy for him, as “The Canadian Bulldog” came out the guys, still fuming from being left off the card last week. It’s been apparent that something has changed in David Hart Smith. Something that some would say is for the better, but others would disagree with that idea.
Tonight, he was a house of fire, giving Bryan everything he had. But, Bryan has shown, during his time in the PCW, that he can withstand an insurmountable amount of punishment. The will power he showed tonight, however, could easily top anything from the recent past. Smith would attack Bryan for minutes on-end, only to have Bryan lock in an armbar, nearly getting Smith to submit. Later on in the match, with Bryan barely able to stand on his own - and using the ropes to get up, fell victim to a running power slam. Smith made the cover, but only got a two count. While arguing with the referee, Bryan rolled Smith up, getting a two-count of his own, before shocking everyone and locking in the LeBell Lock! Bryan found the energy to lock it in tight, and Smith was able to reach the ropes, but after nearly a minute in the hold, Smith looked to be losing his edge. However, that changed as Bryan with for a knee to the face, only to have Smith pull the referee in the way! With the referee incapacitated, Smith connected with a low blow before connecting with a second running power slam. Smith stalked the ring, waiting for the referee to get back to his feet, before hitting the Saito Suplex for the 1-2-3.
Backstage, THE BRAVADO BROTHERS are seen talking in a stairwell just outside the main hallway of the Coliseum. The conversation is unintelligible until Lance’s phone rings, and he leaves the stairwell to take the call. Harlem sits in the quiet, still air, waiting for his brother, when footsteps are heard descending the stairs. “Well, well, well! Isn’t this a great surprise?” EDDIE EDWARDS appears at the bottom of the stairs, facing Harlem. “I guess you thought it was pretty funny, what happened last week, don’t you,” Edwards asks as Harlem tries to unlock his wheels. Harlem tries to answer, but is met with a stiff punch. “You want to see funny? I’ll show you funny.” Edwards grabbed the handles of Harlem’s chair and pushed the it down the flight of stairs in front of them. Harlem and the chair crashed into the brick wall below, spilling Harlem out onto the platform. Edward ran up the flight of the stairs he had come from, as the door opened, and Lance called out for his brother. He ran down the stairs, dialing his phone, as he checked on his brother.
[Non-Title Match]: The Big Show pinned Max Buck with the Choke Slam in 0:11:07. Rating: **
The only saving grace Max Buck had tonight, was that his Heavyweight Title was not on the line. Buck was easily over-matched tonight, as he stepped into the ring with the undefeated Big Show. Big Show absolutely dominated this match, from bell to bell, but that didn’t mean that Buck didn’t try. After Big Show missed a massive leg drop, Buck gained his bearings and went to the air. Gaining some of his momentum back - using his speed - Buck was able to take Big Show off his feet. Buck even landed a moonsault on the giant, but Big Show easily shrugged Buck off after a one-count. Big Show rolled out of the ring, regaining his composure as Buck went to the top rope. The tide quickly turned as Buck jumped off the corner, only to be met with a vicious right hand by Big Show! Buck crashed down to the concrete, out cold. Big Show pushed the Champion back into the ring, and just for good measure connected with the Choke Slam, before making the pin.
PCW Wrestling November 29, 2011 The McKenzie Arena - Chattanooga, Tennessee Attendance: 6,058 (54%)
Commissioner REX BUTLER starts off the show, coming to the ring, to a mixed reaction from the crowd. Butler says that he “couldn’t be more excited” about what’s coming up next week, as the PCW will hold pay-per-view like preview on the NBC Sports Network. He says the show will spotlight all the Championship Titles, and give the at-home audience a taste of what the PCW has to offer. Butler says that the Strap Match for the Tag Team Titles between the team of Jay Lethal and Daniel Bryan and Beer Money has been signed. But, Butler says that the reason he is out tonight, is to announce the main event for next week’s show. Due to his non-title victory last week, The Big Show will challenge Max Buck for the Heavyweight Championship! Butler thanks the crowd for their time, and leaves the ring.
Jay Lethal defeated James Storm by disqualification in 0:23:31. Rating: **** ¼
A week before their tag team title match up, Lethal and Storm started off the show with an absolutely brutal match. Storm had the Chattanooga crowd behind him, but Lethal had his fans cheering him on throughout the match. Storm’s fan base slowly started to turn away from him, after witnessing some of the actions he took during the match. After connecting with the Last Call, but only getting a two-count, Storm got up, raging in the face of the referee, causing him to slump into the corner after hitting the tunrbuckles. Storm continued his assault, sending Lethal to the concrete outside, where he used anything imaginable to gain the advantage. After inflicting a sufficient amount of pain, Storm rolled Lethal into the ring; he attempted a DDT, but Lethal hit a low blow, dropping Storm to his knees, and gaining himself some space. Back to their feet, Lethal hit spinning leg kick before hitting the Lethal Injection, but Storm was able to get his foot on the ropes at two. The match continued, until Storm gained the advantage with a closed fist to Lethal’s temple, allowing him to hit the Last Call for the second time. The referee counted, but Lethal just barely kicked out before the three. Storm, having had enough, got to his feet and shoved the referee down to the canvas. The referee rolled out of the ring and called for the bell, awarding Lethal the match.
After the match, Storm attacked Lethal, landing lefts and rights, as the crowd showered him with boos. DANIEL BRYAN ran down to the ring, pulling Storm off his partner, and the two men started brawling inside the ring. ROBERT ROODE then made his way down to the ring, attacking Bryan from behind. Soon, Roode and Storm were able to overpower Daniel and sent him flying over the top rope. They picked up Lethal, easily tossing him over the ropes as well, before standing defiantly in the ring with the arms in the air, as the crowd roared.
Hulk Hogan pinned David Otunga with the Big Leg Drop in 0:12:27. Rating: * ½
It had been three weeks since the last time the “A-List Superstar” stepped foot in a PCW ring, losing to Alberto Del Rio. After a very hectic last few days, Otunga stepped in with “The Hulkster”, who was wanting to wipe clean his loss to Christopher Daniels. This match was a battle of two big, strong men; one young, one old; but they both came at each other, wanting to pummel the one into the ground. Otunga showed his impressive power by powerslamming Hogan early on in the match, but decided against making the cover. As the match went on, Hogan began to tire, therefore resorting to underhanded tactics to gain any type of advantage. A thumb to the eye change the course of the match, as Hogan tossed Otunga outside the ring. After hitting a body slam onto the concrete, Hogan posed for the crowd before attempting the Big Leg Drop. Otunga moved out of the ring and whipped Hogan into the ring post; but Hogan managed to reverse it. In a quick series of moves, Hogan followed Otunga in, but Otunga moved out of the way and pushed Hogan into the steel post, opening up a gash on his forehead. Otunga rolled Hogan back into the ring, and went on the offensive. But, it was short-lived as Hogan “hulked up”, and become unaffected by the shots Otunga was delivering. Hogan landed a couple hard shots, before whipping Otunga into the ropes, and hitting the Big Boot. He followed that up with the Big Leg Drop for the 1-2-3.
After the match, Hogan, with blood running down his face, posed for the crowd as they chanted his name.
The Great Khali pinned Bryon Saxton with the Punjabi Plunge in 0:14:05. Rating: -¾*
Byron Saxton had a huge test in front of him tonight, in the “Punjabi Giant”, and he did all he could to come out on top, but nothing he tried was very successful. Saxton was able to mount some impressive offense on Khali, after drop-kicking his leg, and bringing him down to a reachable level. But, Khali was just too strong, and was able to push Saxton away as he tried to further the offense. Painfully, for the crowd - and Saxton - Khali hit the Punjabi Plunge for the 1-2-3.
[Non-Title Match]: Alberto Del Rio pinned Eddie Edwards after a hurancarana in 0:10:42. Rating: *** ¾
After the introductions were made, both men looked eager to begin, when LANCE BRAVADO made his way onto the stage, with a folding chair. Bravado says that his brother, Harlem, was brutally attacked last week, and even though there were no witness, Lance knows that it had to be Edwards. Lance says that, thankfully, Harlem didn’t suffer any more major injuries; but that the shock of the incident has made him unwilling to speak, so he couldn’t verbalize who his attacker was. Lance says that, from now on, Harlem will be under security supervision, day and night, until he is cleared to wrestle. Lance says that he has also contacted their lawyer, and Edwards will be hearing from him about the physical and mental damages caused by his attacks on Harlem. Lance then wish Edwards “good luck” tonight, and sits down to watch the match.
When the match finally started, it was clear that Edwards was not mentally into it, as he routinely checked the stage to see if Lance had made any advances towards the ring. Sidetracked, Edwards was ultimately a victim of Del Rio, who controlled most of the match. There was a shortage of pinfalls from both men, for various reasons, as Edwards attention was mainly on Bravado; and Del Rio’s continual attempts to lock in cross armbar. The match spilled out to the concrete, where ROBERTO RODRIGUEZ tried to interfere, but was met with a hard right shot, sending him to the concrete. The distraction allowed Del Rio to hit a low blow, and send Edwards back into the ring. There, Del Rio used a picture-perfect hurancarana to pick up the victory.
After the match, Del Rio grabbed the Television Title and tried to revive Roberto, as Lance Bravado continued to watch from the stage.
Card rating: **
PCW Wrestling Special - 12/06/11 - Corvalis, OR Heavyweight Title Match: The Big Show vs. (c) Max Buck Tag Team Title Match: Jay Lethal/Daniel Bryan vs. (c) Beer Money
Last Edit: Mar 12, 2013 9:05:27 GMT -5 by wickedrex1
PCW TV Special December 06, 2011 Gill Coliseum (Oregon State University) - Corvalis, Oregon Attendance: 4,576 (44%)
A SPECIAL INTRODUCTION PCW Commissioner Rex Butler came out to the ring, to start the show, and said it was great to be on the campus of Oregon State for the first-ever live broadcast of PCW Wrestling on the NBC Sports Network. Butler introduced the commentators for the evening: Alfred Pressley and James Westerfield. Butler said that there were three huge title matches tonight, and that things would kick with the Television Title Match.
The first-ever PCW Television Special started off with none other than the Television Champion in-action. Alberto Del Rio has had a pretty lengthy title reign going for himself, since winning the title back in October. We haven’t seen much of Del Rio in recent weeks, all the more reason why he has been able to keep the title for so long. Tonight, he put the title on the line against a relative newcomer to PCW - Rhett Titus. Titus is more known for being a tag team wrestler, coming in with his partner Kenny King, but tonight he had the biggest chance of his short time in the company. Titus came out strong, holding his own against the veteran, even mounting a respectable amount of offense. But, eventually, the match found it’s way outside, where Titus became a victim of distraction by Rodriguez, who had insisted on holding the TV Title during the match. The distraction allowed Del Rio to attack Titus from behind, gaining the upper hand. Back in the ring, Del Rio focused on Titus’s arm, before locking in the Flying Armbar. Titus tried to fight to the ropes, but eventually relented, tapping out.
[Television Title Match]: Alberto Del Rio made Rhett Titus submit to the Flying Armbar in 0:13:32. Rating: **** ¼ (Alberto Del Rio retained the PCW Television Title.)
Del Rio kept the Flying Armbar locked in after the bell had sounded, and the referee tried everything to get the Champion to break the hold. Finally, the referee threatened to reverse the decision, and give Titus the belt, unless Del Rio released the hold. Thinking better about testing the official, Del Rio released the hold and slid out of the ring to celebrate with Rodriguez. Inside the ring, the official tended to Titus’s arm as the show went to commercials.
BEER MONEY REVEAL THEIR INTENTIONS Coming back from the break, Alfred Pressley introduces the at-home audience to Brooke Barlow - the new backstage reporter for the PCW. Brooke was backstage with the Tag Team Champions JAMES STORM and ROBERT ROODE. Storm said that Roode and he had different childhoods growing up, so his partner didn’t know what it was like growing up with a leather strap in his home. Storm said that he’s always been a trouble-maker, and that his “daddy would wear me out” with it; so he knew what kind of punishment can be caused by a leather strap. Storm said that, tonight, he and Roode were going to use those leather straps to punish Jay Lethal and Daniel Bryan; and remain the Tag Team Champions.
Ken Anderson vs. Lance Bravado
Both of these men came into tonight’s match having had a very bad month, albeit for completely different reasons. Anderson, who had come over from the HWL, found himself on the losing end in his first four matches in PCW, something he wished to correct by dropping down from the main roster. Bravado, on the other hand, had spent the last month watching his brother Harlem get injured at the hands of Eddie Edwards, and then protecting Harlem from any further attacks, which hadn’t gone so well. While still having his issues with Edwards, Bravado had enough in him to make this match a back-and-forth contest. Both Anderson and Bravado came in, filled with anger and frustration, and they let it out on each other tonight. In a match that was allowed to go over the 20-minute mark, both men jockeyed for position until Anderson connected with a DDT in the center of the ring. It wasn’t long after, that Anderson connected with the Mic Check, to pick up his first victory in PCW.
Ken Anderson pinned Lance Bravado with the Mic Check in 0:21:43. Rating: ** ¾
After the teams were introduced, Josh Daniels informed the at-home audience that there were only two ways to win this match: pinfall, or by touching all four corners in a row; count-outs and disqualifications did not matter. And, with the heat between these four men, neither of those results would’ve sounded good to them, because they were looking to tear each other apart. Weeks ago, Jay Lethal and Daniel Bryan beat the Champions by count-out, before saying that Beer Money was disgracing themselves and past title holders. In the weeks that followed, Storm and Roode enacted their revenge on Lethal and Bryan. This match was not a technical masterpiece by the slightest. It was a brawl. It was a match that looked greatly in favor of the Champions, but as Roode was heading towards the fourth turnbuckle, he was clotheslined by Bryan, allowing Lethal to quickly touch all four corners, crowning NEW Tag Team Champions!
[Strap Match for the PCW Tag Team Titles]: Jay Lethal & Daniel Bryan defeated Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm & Robert Roode) in 0:11:15. Rating: *** (Jay Lethal & Daniel Bryan won the PCW Tag Team Titles.)
THOUGHTS FROM THE CHAMPION Returning from the break, Alfred Pressley previewed video footage shot over the weekend of James Westerfield’s sit-down interview with Heavyweight Champion Max Buck. Westerfield asked Buck about having to face The Big Show twice in three weeks, and what he learned from their first encounter. Buck said that he’s a two-time Heavyweight Champion, and that every time he steps into the ring, he learns something new about himself and his opponents. What he learned two weeks, against The Big Show, was that he would have to change his game plan heading into their Championship match. Buck gave The Big Show credit, saying he was indeed the largest athlete in the world, and that there was no doubt he’d have his work cut out for him. But, Buck said that he had faced challenges before, and he got through them. He said that this one was going to be bigger, but that he was confident he would walk out with the Heavyweight Title.
Kenny King vs. David Hart Smith
Since returning from a short hiatus nearly a month ago, David Hart Smith has been showing a more aggressive side then he had shown previous in the PCW and during his time in the HWL. He had quickly made his way through some big names on the PCW roster, positioning himself for a possible run at the Heavyweight Title. Tonight, he stepped into the ring with Kenny King, who has only had a few matches under his belt. On paper, this match should’ve been over before it started, but “The Canadian Bulldog” found a challenge that he had not been expecting. Kenny King, though new, showed that he was not going to let Smith’s reputation get the best of him, as he took what he was given, and gave it back as best he could. King picked up a couple near-falls, but it was not enough to seriously take Smith off his game. At the end of the match, Smith seemed to hit a different gear, wearing King down with power moves, before connecting with the Saito Suplex for the 1-2-3.
David Hart Smith pinned Kenny King with the Saito Suplex in 0:18:02. Rating: **
Max Buck has had a very successful reign as Heavyweight Champion. He is a two-time Champion, and has beaten some of the best that the PCW has to offer. Last week, in a non-title match, Buck essentially met his match, as the “Largest Professional Athlete” defeated him in the center of the ring. With his victory two weeks ago, The Big Show earned the right to face Buck tonight, this time with the Title on the line. This time around, Buck was more prepared, as he used his speed in an attempt to tire out his much larger challenger. This tactic worked for a time, and gave Buck a couple of very surprising near-falls. But, The Big Show’s power was too much for Buck to handle. Sensing that he couldn’t take much more, Buck grabbed the referee, pulling him into the crosshairs of a Big Show right hook! Buck slid out of the ring, as The Big Show tried to help the referee. After a few moments, and with Buck watching from the stage, the referee disqualified Buck, and awarded the match to The Big Show.
The Big Show defeated Max Buck by disqualification in 0:14:23. Rating: * ½ (Max Buck retained the PCW Heavyweight Title.)
After the match, The Big Show fumed inside the ring, pleading for Buck to get back and fight him like a man. Alfred Pressley explained that because Buck was disqualified, he keeps the title, but The Big Show wins the match. James Westerfield said that he would expect The Big Show to have something to say about that during the live show next week. Daniels hoped that the at-home audience enjoyed the first TV Special from the PCW, and thanked them for watch. The show went off the air as The Big Show stared at the stage.
Card rating: ** ¼
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PCW Live Show December 13, 2011 Tacoma Dome - Tacoma, Washington Attendance: 15,410 (67%)
#1 Contenders Match Battle Royal
Seven men entered the ring tonight, with the chance of challenging Alberto Del Rio for the Television Title at the 1/3 Live Show. The crowd was shocked to see DESMOND WOLFE return to the ring tonight, nearly a year after being forced to retire due to illness. Wolfe started off battling with Jay Lethal, and both men battled back and forth, trying to toss each other over the top rope. Lethal took a huge step forward, hitting a power bomb on Wolfe, and continued working on Wolfe inside the corner.
The camera focuses on EDDIE EDWARDS and ALBERTO DEL RIO, who was a shocking replacement in a match where the winner would face him for the title belt. They brawl near an opposite corner, and Edwards attempts a running knee lift, only to have Del Rio move out of the way, making Edwards catch himself in the ropes. Del Rio grabbed Edwards and tossed Edwards over the top rope for the first elimination.
X Eddie Edwards eliminated by Alberto Del Rio in 01:36.
Del Rio wasn’t finished, as he quickly turned his attention to Jay Lethal, attacking him from behind. The distraction allowed Desmond Wolfe time to get back to his feet, and soon Wolfe and Del Rio were double-teaming Lethal in the corner. Heavyweight Champion MAX BUCK joins the assault, drop-kicking Lethal to the canvas. Wolfe locked Lethal in a Cobra Clutch, but out of nowhere, Del Rio kicked Wolfe in the gut, breaking the hold! Lethal and Wolfe continue to go at it, with Buck adding his assistance when needed. Wolfe attempted a second Cobra Clutch, only to have Lethal block the hold.
The six remaining men all spend the next few minutes wearing each other down, looking for the perfect opportunity to make their move. Max Buck and Jay Lethal were still going after each other, trading back punches, kicks and chops that could be heard throughout the Tacoma Dome. The changed as Del Rio came from behind and attacked Jay Lethal; but Lethal had just enough wherewithal to block a body slam attempt, as he and Del Rio settled to brawl instead. After recovering, Max Buck quickly came to the aide of Lance Bravado, and the two of them were able to flip THE GREAT KHALI over the top rope, for the second - and biggest - elimination of the night.
X The Great Khali eliminated by Lance Bravado & Max Buck in 05:10
Across the ring, Lethal and Del Rio were brawling. Del Rio had spend the last few minutes working over Lethal, and went for a clothesline attempt, only to have Lethal duck it. Del Rio’s momentum carried him to the ropes, and in the process of ducking the move, Lethal stopped, and shocked the TV Champion with a super kick that sent Del Rio flailing over the top rope.
X Alberto Del Rio eliminated by Jay Lethal in 05:56.
After the huge elimination, Bravado and Buck both thought the same thing, as they went after each other; brawling just inches away from the ropes. Soon, they become just another duo in the ring, again. Across the ring, Jay Lethal tried to throw Desmond Wolfe over the top rope, but Wolfe was able to hold on and slide back into the ring without his feet touching the floor. Wolfe hit the unsuspecting Tag Team Champion with a snap mare before throwing him over the top rope for the third elimination.
X Jay Lethal eliminated by Desmond Wolfe 07:10.
Either four men gone, it was down to Wolfe, Lance Bravado and Max Buck. Bravado and Buck treated Wolfe like he wasn’t a factor in the match, owning the ring. Wolfe stayed huddled in the corner, apparently holding his side. Bravado and Buck both nearly eliminated each other one more than one occasion, but the tide quickly turned as Wolfe rejoined the fight, going back and forth and both men. After a decent length of time, where the fans saw a minimal amount of actual wrestling - compared to the all-out brawl that was taking place - Wolfe worked over Bravado’s arm before locking it in an armbar. Bravado was quick to rake Wolfe’s eyes, breaking the hold. As Wolfe backed into the ropes, Bravado ran in and clotheslined Wolfe to the concrete, with the fifth elimination.
X Desmond Wolfe eliminated by Lance Bravado 16:32.
The match - and a chance to challenge for the TV Title - came down to the Heavyweight Champion and Lance Bravado. These two had already spend plenty of time working each other over in the match, and it was showing that they were running out of gas. Bravado was able to reverse a power slam attempt with a sunset flip, taking Buck off his game. Bravado jumped up to his feet, and chopped Buck, before dazing him with a jawbreaker. After a body slam, Bravado waited as Buck used the ropes to get back to his feet, before dropkicking Buck over the top rope for the final elimination of the match!
X Max Buck eliminated by Lance Bravado 17:56. ---
Bryon Saxton vs. David Otunga
Neither one of these men were on the TV Special last Tuesday night, so they missed their chance to show their skills to a television audience. But, two weeks ago, they both came up short in their respective matches. Tonight was one of their chances to redeem themselves from that loss in the hopes of possible getting seen on the 1/3 show. David Otunga is a former Television Champion here in the PCW, and a former Tag Team Champion in the HWL. He has proven over his short career that he can get the job done inside the ring. Byron Saxton is still rather new to the world of professional wrestling, with a few notable victories on his record. No one expected Saxton to come out the way he did tonight, and looks so well against Otunga. Saxton held control for a better part of this match, only allowing Otunga a small number of offensive chances. But, even with all the control Saxton had, he couldn’t find a way to put Otunga away. And, at the end of the match, as both men battled outside the ring, Otunga found the opening he was looking for as he reversed an irish whip into the steel ring steps. He rolled Saxton into the ring, and started working over Saxton’s lower back, before hitting the Verdict for the 1-2-3.
David Otunga pinned Byron Saxton with the Verdict in 0:24:55. Rating: *** ---
The Great Khali vs. Hulk Hogan
In a match that reminded many of a match that took place nearly 25 years ago, HULK HOGAN stepped into the ring with a giant of man, in the form of The Great Khali. A lot of comparisons could be made about this match, but there was no animosity between either of these men, unlike the last time Hogan fought a man much larger than himself. This match was nothing more than the fans would’ve expected, as both men were limited to punches and kicks as their main sources of offense. Hogan was able to land in a number of shots, but the sheer strength and size of Khali allowed him to withstands the Hulkster’s attacks. And, in a very impressive showing of his abilities, Khali was able to power bomb Hogan in the center of the ring. Miraculously, Hogan kicked out at two, shocking Khali and the crowd. Hogan slowly fought his way back, and after a number of clotheslines, was able to knock Khali to the canvas. But, as Hogan set up for the Big Leg Drop, RAHJIN SINGH blasted him in the back with a steel chair! The referee quickly called for the bell as Hogan turned around and grabbed Singh by the jacket and flung him into the ring.
Hulk Hogan defeated The Great Khali by disqualification in 0:17:29. Rating: -*** ½ [Rajin Singh interfered against Hulk Hogan.]
After the match, Hogan picked Singh up and tossed him into the corner as the crowd started changing for the Hulkster. Hogan moved in, but was cut off as Khali landed a vicious chop to Hogan’s collarbone. Hogan fell to his knees, as Khali locked in a nerve hold. Singh, no longer in harm’s way, jumped around Hogan, taunting him, as PCW officials rushed down to the ring. Khali turned his attention to the officials, and they scattered outside the ring. Finally, Singh got his man under control, and the two of them left the ring to a chorus of boos. ---
#1 Contenders Four Corners Match The Big Show vs. David Hart Smith vs. James Storm vs. (c) Alberto Del Rio (w/Roberto Rodriguez)
The final match of the night, also had the biggest implications, heading into the January LIVE show, as the winner would go on to face Max Buck for the Heavyweight Title. The fans were shocked to see Alberto Del Rio in this match - as he had taken part in the battle royal earlier in the show. But, Del Rio - a former Heavyweight Champion - was in the ring with another former Champion, James Storm; a man who is quickly making a name for himself since returning to the PCW in David Hart Smith; and the man who claims that this match was unnecessary, as The Big Show feels he should be given another shot at Buck due to the DQ last week.
All four men battled hard throughout the first 15 minutes of the match. And, in a match where it would come down to the final two men to determine a winner, no one was going to leave anything out. But, while brawling with David Hart Smith, Del Rio appeared to have the first elimination in order, as he whipped Smith into the ring post. Del Rio distracted the referee, to let Roberto Rodriguez get a couple cheap shots in, only to turn around to see that Smith had rid himself of Rodriguez. Del Rio was quickly back-pedaling, until Rodriguez came back with a shot to Smith’s legs. The distraction allowed Del Rio to take control, and attempt a Michinoku Driver, but Smith powered out of the move and rolled back into the ring. Having had enough, Del Rio and Rodriguez walked up the ramp as the referee counted to ten.
X Alberto Del Rio is eliminated by David Hart Smith in 0:19:53.
The match continued as The Big Show and James Storm took over in the ring. Storm tried to go straight at the “World’s Largest Athlete”, but The Big Show would have none of it. Show landed a stiff right hook to Storm, before tagging out to David Hart Smith, who continued to work on Storm. Smith clotheslined Storm over the top rope, and once again, the match was fought at ringside. Storm was out on his feet as Smith hit a body slam, before climbing up the ring steps and hitting a flying leg drop onto the concrete floor! Smith rolled back into the ring as Storm lay unconscious at ringside, while the referee counted him out.
X James Storm is eliminated by David Hart Smith in 0:25:55.
The Big Show was right on top of Smith as EMTs ran down to the ring to tend to Storm at ringside. Smith had been a major part of this match, and it was showing as the match hit the 30-minute mark. Smith tried to fight through all the massive shots The Big Show landed, but “The Canadian Bulldog” got caught with a Choke Slam that appeared to end the match, but Smith was barely able to get his shoulder up before the three-count! The Big Show slammed his fist on the canvas, and went after the referee, only to have Smith slowly get to his feet and roll up The Big Show. Taken off guard, Show fell backwards, as Smith held on to his tights, and the referee counted 1-2-3!
X The Big Show is eliminated by David Hart Smith in 0:38:31.
After the match, Smith rolled out of the ring, celebrating his victory, as The Big Show fumed. The crowd, shocked by the outcome of the match, was silent - with a few scattered boos - as Smith made his way up the ramp. Inside the ring, The Big Show turned his attention to the referee, who quickly fled and ran to safety. Now alone in the ring, The Big Show began to rip the turnbuckle covers off the ropes as PCW officials ran down to take control of the situation. The Big Show proved a lot harder to coral than expected, until Commissioner REX BUTLER appeared on-stage. Butler said that The Big Show would be suspended if he did not leave the ring. Reluctantly, The Big Show exited the ring, and made his way up the ramp as the show came to an end.
PCW House Show December 20, 2011 DCU Center - Worcester, Massachusetts Attendance: 4,039 (33%)
Kenny King vs. Ken Anderson
Kenny King and Ken Anderson came into this match hoping that the week off would recharge their batteries enough to help them pick up a victory in this opening contest. King came out strong in the opening moments, only allowing Anderson a few punches and kicks off offense. The crowd wasn’t sure who they wanted to root for as both men garnered their share of boos throughout the match, but it seemed with Anderson as he took advantage of the match. Anderson showed what he could do in the ring, and used his power to wear down his smaller opponent, hitting two somersault slams, but only getting near falls with each attempt. Anderson set up for the Mic Check, but King was close enough to hold onto the ropes, and when Anderson went down, he landed awkwardly on his shoulder. King jumped at the chance, and started working over the injured arm, locking in an armbar submission that Anderson eventually tapped out to.
Kenny King defeated Ken Anderson when Anderson tapped out in an armbar submission in 0:14:17. Rating: ***
READY TO BE CHAMPION After the match, Alfred Pressley is seen, standing off to the side of the aisle. He introduces DAVID HART SMITH as the man who will face Max Buck in two weeks for the PCW Heavyweight Title. Pressley asks Smith about the ending of the match last week, in which he was named the new challenger to Max Buck, and Smith said that he’s aware that people are claiming that he cheated; and that if it were to happen again, the results would be different. Smith says that nothing - not even the fans protesting and complaining - can change the fact that he is the man who will face Buck for the title - and eventually leave the ring as the new Heavyweight Champion.
The Big Show’s music begins to play, stopping the interview, as The Big Show makes his way to the interview platform. He says that the fans aren’t the only ones complaining; and that deep down, Smith knows he cheated to beat Show last week. Show says that he likes the proposed idea that he and Smith meet in the ring, to see who could really beat the other one. Smith says he didn’t propose anything, and The Big Show asks Smith if he doesn’t think he can beat Show. Smith gets into Show’s face, says that there’s not a man in the PCW he can’t beat, and agrees to face Show next week. Smith walks away as the crowd starts chanting for The Big Show.
Rhett Titus vs. Daniel Bryan
The second match of the night saw Kenny King’s partner, Rhett Titus, stepping into the ring with Daniel Bryan. Over the years, Bryan has proven his skills as a mat technician, and during his stint in the PCW, those skills have garnered him multiple title reigns. Tonight, those skills were on show, as he put Titus in a number of submission moves. It appeared that Bryan could’ve had the match won on a number of occasions, but he chose to keep things going. In a fluke incident, at the end of the match, Titus ducked a clothesline attempt by Bryan, only to get hit flush in a temple with the point of Bryan’s elbow. The move sent Titus to the canvas, as Bryan made the cover for the 1-2-3.
Daniel Bryan defeated Rhett Titus via pinfall in 0:08:19. Rating: *** ½
It was announced, at the beginning of the match, that Byron Saxton was taking the place of James Storm tonight, due to Storm’s flight to Boston cancelled due to inclement weather. Saxton had his chance to show what he could do in the ring with two former champions and the current Heavyweight Champion. Saxton was impressive, holding his own through the match, filling in nicely for James Storm.
This match went back and forth, with both teams resorting to brawling instead of much wrestling. The high spots for the match were reserved for Buck and Saxton, and they both hit their’s at the opportune time. At the latter part of the match, Buck attempted a cross-body off the turnbuckle, but was met with a dropkick by Roode. Buck appeared to have landed awkwardly on the canvas, and soon rolled out of the ring. For the rest of the match, Otunga was left to fend for himself, and that proved to be more than he could handle. After trying to pick up the win for his team after a battle with Roode, Otunga looked to not have much left in his tank, as Saxton - now in the ring - connected with a belly-to-back suplex for the shocking 1-2-3!
Byron Saxton & Robert Roode defeated Max Buck & David Otunga when B. Saxton pinned D. Otunga after a belly-to-back suplex in 0:16:55. **Max Buck suffered a back injury. He will be out for approximately 4 weeks** Rating: ** (James Storm no-showed.)
After the match, trainers run down to the ring and tend to Buck as Saxton and Roode celebrate their victory. Otunga rolls out from under the ropes and heads up the ramp, not bothering to check on his tag team partner.
SOMETHING TO PROVE Back at the interview platform, James Westerfield introduces LANCE BRAVADO, the man who will challenge Alberto Del Rio for the Television Title on January 2nd. Bravado says that it’s no secret that he hasn’t had a lot of success during his time in the PCW, but that his determination - and that fact that he has been on the roster for most of the company’s life - has finally rewarded him. He says that, especially over the last few weeks - with the issues surrounding his brother Harlem - knowing that he can walk out with the TV Title, would be a boost to the month’s his family has been having. Bravado says that Del Rio has been a fighting champion, and is on a tremendous reign, but Lance has something to prove on the 2nd, and he plans on walking out as the new champion.
Alex Payne vs. The Big Show
Alex Payne debuted tonight, and quickly found out that the last person your want your first match to be against is a very upset giant, but that’s exactly who Payne stepped into the ring with, as he took on The Big Show in the main event. The Big Show was still fuming over the ending of last week’s Four Corners Match, when he was defeated by David Hart Smith, and he took his anger out on Payne throughout this match. Though, credit should be given to Payne for holding his own, and getting a decent amount of offense in during the contest, but in the end, Big Show’s size, mixed with fury, was no match for the rookie. The Big Show ended the match with the Choke Slam for the victory.
The Big Show pinned Alex Payne with the Choke Slam in 0:14:23. Rating: **
Card rating: ** ¼
12/27/11 - ALBANY, NEW YORK David Hart Smith vs. The Big Show
PCW House Show December 27, 2011 Times Union Center - Albany, New York Attendance: 8,060 (52%)
INTERVIEW WITH THE CHAMP The show begins as Alfred Pressley introduces the Television Champion, Alberto Del Rio, who joins Pressley on the interview platform. Pressley asks how Del Rio feels heading into next week’s title defense against Lance Bravado, and Del Rio mentions that he was raised in a very wealthy family; and that if he ever wanted anything, he could just ask for it, and it was his. Unlike Lance Bravado, who Del Rio can only assume grew up poor, his parents barely scraping by, making just enough money to keep them afloat. Del Rio says that Lance may think he has paid his dues, and that Lance feels like he has put everything he has into this business, but that he is not accustomed to greatness. Del Rio is. Del Rio says that he grew up with the finer things in life, and that he couldn’t see himself living any other way. And, because of that, the thought of Lance Bravado holding Del Rio’s television makes Del Rio sick to his stomach. Del Rio says that he is going to teach Lance an important message next week: that no matter how good someone thinks they are, there will always be someone better, and more deserving of the things you want.
Lance Bravado vs. The Great Khali (w/Ranjin Singh)
Just one week away from challenging Alberto Del Rio for the Television Title at the next PCW live event, Lance Bravado stepped into the ring with PCW’s resident giant - The Great Khali. Not only did Bravado have to contend with Khali, and his manager Ranjin Singh at ringside, but Del Rio joined in on commentary during the match, adding another presence for Bravado. Khali dominated for the better part of this match, but Bravado found opportunities to use his speed to get the better of Khali every now and then. On one such occasion, Bravado landed a springboard dropkick that dropped Khali to the canvas. Bravado jumped at the chance to make the pinfall, but Del Rio slid into the ring, and broke up the count by attacking Bravado. The referee called for the bell, as Del Rio kept up his assault.
Lance Bravado defeated The Great Khali by disqualification in 0:17:20. Rating: -** ½ [Alberto Del Rio interfered against Lance Bravado.]
After the match, Del Rio continued to attack Bravado, as PCW officials rushed down to the ring. Del Rio was overheard telling Bravado that he didn’t deserve the Television Title; and that he was beneath it. Del Rio said that he was doing him a favor by waiting until next week to embarrass him. Del Rio left the ring, through the throng of officials standing at ringside.
HUGE ANNOUNCMENT After Eddie Edwards is introduced before the start of the second match, HARLEM BRAVADO returns to a mixed reaction from the crowd. In the ring, Edwards is shocked to see Harlem, as James Westerfield says that the PCW medical staff cleared Harlem for action over the weekend. Harlem says that for weeks, he has been thinking of ways to get even with Edwards, for taking Harlem out of action. Harlem says that he is back, and that he has every intention on paying his debt to Edwards - on the same night that his brother will become the new Television Champion! Harlem then challenges Edwards to a Street Fight next week. The crowd roars with cheers as Edwards agrees to the match. Harlem smiles, says nothing else, and leaves the aisle as Edwards awaits his opponent.
Just moments after allowing Lance Bravado a victory over The Great Khali, Television Champion, Alberto Del Rio, returned to the ring to face Eddie Edwards. The response Del Rio got as he was introduced was not surprising, but Del Rio soaked in their boos and had a smile on his face as the match started.
As the match begin, a huge roar erupted from the crowd as LANCE BRAVADO hobbled his way down to the ringside area. Bravado has had a history with Edwards, and it’s obvious his issues with Del Rio, so there was a question of what Edwards’ intentions were. He quickly made them known, tossing Del Rio a steel chair, that Del Rio cracked over Edwards’ head. The crowd began to boo Bravado as he walked back up the ramp, while Del Rio took control inside the ring. Edwards tried to fight his way back into the match, but the chair shot clearly had taken him off his game, and Del Rio picked up the victory with a hurancarana.
[Non-Title Match]: Alberto Del Rio pinned Eddie Edwards after a hurrancarana in 0:12:04. Rating: **** [Lance Bravado interfered against Eddie Edwards.]
After the match, Del Rio stood in the ring, staring at Bravado, as he made his way back up the ramp.
MAX BUCK STRIPPED OF TITLE PCW Commissioner, Rex Butler, makes his way out to the ring and says that he has an announcement to make; one that he knows the crowd will not like to hear. Butler says that, last week, during a tag team contest last week, Max Buck injured his back, and will be out of action for a month. Because of his injury, Buck will not be cleared to wrestle next week, nor will he be able to defend the Heavyweight Title against David Hart Smith. Therefore, Butler says that effective tonight, Buck has been stripped of the Heavyweight Title. Butler announces that a Heavyweight Title Match will take place next week, but that a battle royal earlier in the show, will determine who faces Smith for the now-vacated title.
Four Corners-Elimination Match Alex Payne/Ken Anderson vs. Byron Saxton/David Otunga vs. The All-Night Express vs. Beer Money
As the four teams were introduced for this match, it was announced that the winners would move on to face Jay Lethal and Daniel Bryan for the PCW Tag Team Titles, next week on the live broadcast. The match started off with a fury, as all eight men made quick tags, not wanting to stay in the ring for too long, in order to keep their bodies fresh. It was clear, from the start, that the pairing of Otunga and Saxton worked well as a team, as they went toe-to-toe with the All-Night Express. Alex Payne tagged himself in, by slapping Saxton on the back, and locking Rhett Titus in a boot choke in the corner. But, his agerness got the better of Payne, as he did not break the referee’s five count, and was disqualified - also eliminating Ken Anderson.
X Alex Payne is eliminated by Rhett Titus (DQ) in 0:11:13.
The match restarted with Robert Roode and David Otunga now in the ring. Roode and Storm made quite the show of themselves during their latest reign as Tag Team Champions. No other team in this match had more incentive to win then Beer Money, after losing the titles to Lethal and Daniels at the beginning of the month. Roode was a force, taking on Otunga, Saxton and Kenny King; but neither of them could be away the former champions. Otunga attempted a clothesline, only to have Roode turn it into a crucifix for the 1-2-3.
X David Otunga is eliminated by Robert Roode via pinfall in 0:15:19.
Again, the match was restarted, with the chance to challenge for the titles on the line. James Storm and Rhett Titus were in the ring, and from the start, Titus used his speed to get the better of Storm, wearing him down with clotheslines and dropkicks. Rhett hit two frogsplashes, but both time, only got a two-count on Storm. Rhett worked Storm over in the ANE corner, making it impossible to tag in Roode. Titus went for a roll-up, but Roode distracted the referee, and there was no count. As Titus went over to get the referee, Storm connected with a low blow. With the referee back on top of things, Storm took control of the match, until he ran into the ropes and was kicked in the back by Kenny King, standing on the apron. King gets tagged in and heads to the top rope, and goes for his own frogsplash, only to have Storm roll out of the way! Outside the ring, Roode runs over and pulls Titus off the apron, as Storm takes over the match. Soon, Storm connects with the Last Call, picking up the win and a rematch next week!
X Rhett Titus is eliminated by James Storm via pinfall in 0:18:31. Rating: ** ¾
OTUNGA EXPLAINS HIMSELF A video segment, recorded earlier in the day, is played of Brooke Barlow with DAVID OTUNGA. Brooke asks Otunga about his interaction with Heavyweight Champion, Max Buck, after their tag team loss last week to Bryon Sexton and Robert Roode. Otunga says that for the last week, too many people have been making something out of nothing. Otunga says that he has no problems with Max Buck; but he won’t lie, and say that he’s not happy that, if Peter Bradshaw strips Buck of the title, that a new champion can be crowned shortly. Otunga says that, just like everyone else in the locker room, he would look great with the PCW Heavyweight Title around his waist.
David Hart Smith vs. The Big Show
Two weeks ago, The Big Show felt that he was cheated out of a victory - and a shot at the Heavyweight Title - by David Hart Smith. Last week, The Big Show bullied his way into this one-on-one contest with “The Canadian Bulldog”, saying that Smith didn’t have the guts to face him in a match, let alone win. Tonight, though, Smiths’ demeanor was different from that of startled shock, as he gave The Big Show everything he had. This match was not going to be a technical classic, as both men traded mammoth rights and lefts, just trying to beat the other one down. Unable to get things settled inside the ring, the match spilled onto the concrete at ringside, where nothing was safe from either men. The Big Show whipped Smith into the steel guardrail, followed by the ring apron, and then the steel ring steps. The use of the objects at ringside finally wore Smith down, but The Big Show looked to have no thoughts of finishing the match inside the ring. Show grabbed a chair from ringside, and cracked it over Smith’s skull, laying him out on the concrete. Show rolled back into the ring as the referee gave Smith the 10-count.
The Big Show defeated David Hart Smith by countout in 0:16:42. Rating: * ½
After the match, The Big Show left the ring as EMTs rushed down to ringside, coming to Smith’s aide. Show watched from the ramp as the show came to a close.
Card Rating: ** 1/4
PCW Live Show - 01/03/12 - La Crosse, WI Heavyweight Title Match: David Hart Smith vs. ? Television Title Match: Lance Bravado vs. (c) Alberto Del Rio Tag Team Title Match: Beer Money vs. (c) Jay Lethal/Daniel Bryan Street Fight: Harlem Bravado vs. Eddie Edwards 10-Man Battle Royal
Post by wickedrex1 on Sept 3, 2013 21:31:06 GMT -5
PCW Wrestling January 3, 2012 La Crosse Civic Center - La Crosse, Wisconsin Attendance: 9,900 (99%)
The camera shows the inside of the Civic Center as Alfred Pressley and James Westerfield welcome everyone to La Crosse; and thank the at-home audience for tuning into the live PCW telecast. They go over the five matches that have been scheduled for the evening, but speculate what will happen to the main event tonight, with the news that Heavyweight Champion Max Buck was injured two weeks ago.
MAJOR ANNOUNCMENT PCW Commissioner, Rex Butler, makes his way out to the stage. Pressley makes note that Butler has the PCW Heavyweight Title over his shoulder. Butler says that he’s sure everyone is aware of the news concerning Max Buck, and the injury he sustained at a live event. Butler says that, according to the reports from the doctors, Buck will be sidelined for a number of weeks; and because of that, Butler had no choice but to strip Buck of the Heavyweight Title last week.
Butler says that, over the past two weeks, he has had the unenviable task of trying to find an opponent for David Hart Smith - who is still the number one contender for the title belt. Butler says that he came up with, and wrote down a number of ideas that he thought would make a great main event; but that, in the end, he was going to let the superstars of the PCW make that decision for him. Butler announces that, tonight, a 10-man battle royal will determine who will face Smith in tonight’s main event, with the PCW Heavyweight Title on the line! (Crowd cheers) Butler leaves the stage as Pressley and Westerfield speculate as to who the ten men will be.
Lance Bravado and Television Champion, Alberto Del Rio have been at each other’s throats -over the past few weeks, including last week’s show, in which both men played intraocular parts in each other’s matches. But, just a week later, they started off the first televised show with the TV Title on the line. Alfred Pressley and James Westerfield were both looking forward to this match, as were they fans in La Crosse. And, they would’ve been in for a great opening contest, no doubt, had it not been for the appearance of EDDIE EDWARDS at ringside! Edwards has had a long history with Lance and his brother Harlem - who he would face later in the show - but, instead of going after Bravado, Edwards gave him a pair of brass knuckles, behind the referee’s back, that Bravado used to sucker-punch Del Rio with! Bravado stuck the weapon into his boot before making the pinfall for the 1-2-3!
[Television Title Match]: Lance Bravado pinned Alberto Del Rio after hitting him with brass knuckles in 0:03:24. Rating: ** ½ (Lance Bravado won the PCW Television Title.) [Eddie Edwards interfered against Alberto Del Rio.]
After the match, Edwards made his way back up the ramp, as Roberto Rodriguez screamed for justice. Bravado was awarded the Television Title as Pressley and Westerfield stated their outrage on how the very first televised match of the year ended. Pressley said that he is astonished that Edwards would openly help Bravado win a title after all the torment the three of them have put each other through. Westerfield said that Lance Bravado is now a champion, and Eddie Edwards will have some explaining to do in the coming weeks.
Commercial Break 10-Man Battle Royal
Ten men stepped into the ring with life-changing chance to face David Hart Smith, later tonight, for the Heavyweight Title. A lot could be argued both for and against some of the men in this match getting such a high-profile chance, but in a match with 10 superstars in the ring, two of them really stood out. Eddie Edwards and The Big Show, though never working as a team during the match, were dominate, as they both eliminated four superstars apiece, on their own. Edwards easily dismissed David Otunga seconds into the match, and followed that up with the elimination of Alberto Del Rio, adding insult to his actions at the beginning of the broadcast. The Big Show then took over the action as he eliminated Robert Roode with ease at the 2:33 mark. The match then focused on the brawl between Show and The Great Khali, as both men tried to take the other out. The Big Show proved that he wanted it more, and after over three minutes of fighting, finally eliminated Khali - with help from Jay Lethal at 5:49. After a back-and-forth fight with James Storm, Edwards took over, scoring two eliminations in quick succession: Storm at 7:22, and Kenny King at 8:00. Jay Lethal then got into the action, blindsiding Daniel Bryan after a big boot from The Big Show, and dumping Bryan over the top rope at 10:25. Then, it was down to three, as Edwards and Lethal looked, for just a moment, ready to team up to take Big Show out of the match. It was easier in theory then it was in reality, as Show was able to fend them off after a tense few moments. After shoving Lethal to the ground, Show caught Edwards in mid-air off the turnbuckle, and dumped up to the apron at 14:17. Ninety seconds later, at 15:48, Show caught Lethal with a right hook, and nonchalantly toss Lethal over the ropes to win the match. [10-Man Battle Royal]: The Big Show won a 10-Man Battle Royal in 0:15:48. Rating: ***
The Big Show celebrates his victory as Jay Lethal is helped backstage. The camera shows DAVID HART SMITH appear on-stage, as Lethal walks past. Smith grabs Lethal from behind, and whips him into the steel of the stage. Smith then picks up Lethal and throws him through the backstage current, before pulling a microphone out his waistband, and telling The Big Show that he didn’t care who won the battle royal, because they stood no chance of beating him for the Heavyweight Title. But, now that he knew the Big Show was his challenger, Smith said that he would take “great pride” in embarrassing him later tonight. Smith left the stage as the show went to commercials.
After the break, Jay Lethal and Daniel Bryan made their way to the ring to defend their Tag Team Titles against the former champions, Beer Money. The question was raised in to the introduction, of whether or not Lethal and Bryan could coexist tonight, after Lethal was the reason that Bryan is not challenging for the Heavyweight Title tonight. Westerfield said that the answer would be given soon enough as the bell rang.
Both James Storm and Robert Roode took great pleasure in beating down Daniel Bryan over the first five minutes of the match, giving him no room to stage a comeback, or even the slimmest of chances of making his way to Lethal in the corner. Storm and Roode made no attempt to pin Bryan, and Pressley said that it was clear they were trying to take one member of the champions completely out of this match, to better their chances of walking away with the titles. But, Bryan, being the crafty veteran that he is, found a way to get away from the multiple double-teams he faced, and tag in Lethal. Things got a little better for Lethal, but he was essentially defending the titles alone from this point forward. He was able to hold his own in singles action, but when either Storm or Roode saw their advantage slipping, the double teams continued. Lethal fought his way through, though, and was able to throw Roode outside the ring, allowing himself some breathing room. On the outside of the ring, Bryan - now somewhat rested - connected a low blow with his boot - sending Roode crashing to the concrete. Inside the ring, Lethal was ready as Storm went to blindside him; and Lethal hit the Lethal Injection in the center of the ring! The referee counted Roode out, and Lethal and Bryan retained the Tag Team Titles.
[PCW Tag Team Title Match]: Jay Lethal & Daniel Bryan defeated Beer Money (James Storm & Robert Roode) when J. Lethal defeated R. Roode by count-out in 0:15:37. Rating: *** ¾ (Jay Lethal & Daniel Bryan retained the PCW Tag Team Titles.)
After the match, the referee handed Jay Lethal both title belts as Daniel Bryan walked up the ramp, and through the backstage curtain. Pressley and Westerfield say that they hope Lethal and Bryan can patch up any difference they might have from earlier tonight, because their reign as Tag Team Champions depends on it.
CANADIAN BULLDOG SPEAKS OUT Returning from the break, Brooke Barlow is seen backstage with DAVID HART SMITH. Brooke asks Smith for his reaction to The Big Show winning the 10-man battle royal just moments ago, and knowing that Smith will face him for the Heavyweight Title in tonight’s main event.
Smith says that it’s simply an example of poetic justice. He asks, Who else would it be? Who other than The Big Show would - or should - he face for the right to call himself PCW Heavyweight Champion? Smith says that it’s no secret that there’s a lot of blood between the two of them; and that it’s only fitting that they get to settle things with the biggest prize in the company on the line. Smith says that he’s sure Commissioner Butler is beside himself with joy; and that the PCW fans should thank whatever gods they believe in for allowing this match to happen, because he has every intention of beating The Big Show tonight, and becoming the new Heavyweight Champion.
Street Fight Harlem Bravado vs. Eddie Edwards
Going into this match, everyone in the arena, in the backstage area, and even watching at home knew that there was a ton of emotion felt by Bravado and Edwards towards each other. This match had been weeks in the making, ever since Harlem - confined to a wheelchair - embarrassed Edwards, and the resulting bullying that came from it in retaliation. There was only one way for these two men to settle their rivalry, and Commissioner Rex Butler agreed to let this match take place all over the Civic Center. Things quickly escalated as newly crowned Television Champion, LANCE BRAVADO made his way to ringside, moments after the bell rang. Lance, for the most part, kept his distance from the fight, allowing his brother and Edwards to get their shots in. There were a number of weapons involved in this match, and most of them were used by Edwards, trying to reinjure Harlem and pick up the victory. But, Harlem proved to be back to 100 percent - if not better - as he took the onslaught from Edwards, but gave it back as well. After seeing his brother beaten continuously with weapons, Lance blindsided Edwards with a forearm to the back, which resulted in the referee banishing Lance from ringside! Edwards turned his attention on calling Lance back, but the distraction allowed Harlem to regain his composure. As Edwards turned around, Harlem connected with spinning head scissors to pick up the 1-2-3!
[Street Fight]: Harlem Bravado pinned Eddie Edwards after spinning head scissors in 0:10:15. Rating: *** ¼ [Lance Bravado interfered against Eddie Edwards.]
After the match, Harlem made his way back to ringside, as Lance returned from the backstage area, and the Bravado brothers celebrated in the center of the ring. Alfred Pressley said that Harlem was able to savor the taste of retribution tonight; but James Westerfield said that, even though Harlem won, his victory was tainted because of his brother’s help. Westerfield says that he doesn’t think Edwards’s issues with the Bravado will be over any time soon.
Match for Vacant Heavyweight Title David Hart Smith vs. The Big Show
It’s probably safe to say, and both men would agree with you, that David Hart Smith and The Big Show downright hate each other. Their rivalry has stretched into its second month, and all the while, the center of their issues was on the line in this match: the PCW Heavyweight Title. For weeks, The Big Show and Hart have been on a collision course, and they finally got to settle their difference in a match that would make the winner the new “top guy” in the PCW.
The match started off with both men wanting to prove their dominance, but neither of them was willing to relent, and it became of game of “anything you can do, I can do better”. The Big Show was finally able to take control after hitting a Big Boot on Smith, and he followed that up with a standing suplex. Alfred Pressley said a fall from that height would do serious damage to anyone’s back, even “The Canadian Bulldog’s”. Show went on the attack, but Hart somehow managed to find the strength to fight back, eventually take the fight outside the ring. Outside the ring, Smith was able to take advantage of the ringside area - using the guardrails to help wear down his taller, and larger opponent. Smith smashed Show’s head into the steel steps, opening up a gash in Show’s forehead, before rolling him under the ropes.
Back, inside the ring, Smith took advantage of Show’s blood loss, keeping Show on the canvas with a series of kicks. Show pushed Smith away, and tried using the ropes to pull himself up, but Smith connected with a bulldog to keep Show down. By this time, Pressley and Westerfield were starting to get worried about the amount of blood that Show had lost up to this point; and it was clear that Smith was thinking the same thing. Smith grabbed Show in a double reverse chinlock, in the center of the ring, and watched as the referee dropped Show’s hand three times, before calling for the bell.
[PCW Heavyweight Title Match]: David Hart Smith defeated The Big Show when The Big Show passed out in a double reverse chinlock in 0:09:25. Rating: ** (David Hart Smith won the PCW Heavyweight Title.)
Post by wickedrex1 on Sept 21, 2013 10:42:25 GMT -5
PCW House Show January 10, 2012 Bob Devaney Sports Center - Lincoln, NE Attendance: (8,370) 62%
A CHALLENGE EMERGES Newly crowned Heavyweight Champion, DAVID HART SMITH, joins James Westerfield as the show begins. Westerfield congratulates Smith on his victory. Smith says that there wasn’t a doubt in his mind that he would walk out of La Crosse without the Heavyweight Title. Smith says that he was bred to be a champion. He says that the it was poetic justice that The Big Show won the Battle Royal last week, and that Smith was able to get his retribution for Big Show’s actions a few weeks ago. Smith says that he ended things the way he wanted to, and that he can now move on to continuing his reign as champion.
This brings out THE BIG SHOW, who says that he, too, has to congratulate Smith on his victory last week. But, Show says that the victory was a fluke, and that Smith took advantage of the injury Show suffered. Smith argues that, if Show is out here to say that Smith didn’t pin him, he’s right. Smith says that he did something better than pin The Big Show - he mad him pass out! This enrages The Big Show, who says that he wants another shot at Smith, because there’s no way Smith could beat him at 100-percent.
Before Smith can answer, Commissioner Rex Butler joins them, and says that what’s done is done. Butler says he understands Big Show’s unhappiness with the result last week, but that Show has to accept the fact that he was beaten. Butler says that, even if Show had a valid reason to want a rematch, it wasn’t going to happen tonight. Butler says that Show will be taking The Great Khali’s place - who couldn’t make to the arena tonight - in the main event against Alberto Del Rio. But, Butler says that there is a man who does have reason to challenge Smith for the Heavyweight; and he will do that at the February 6th live show.
MAX BUCK returns - and gets a huge reaction from the crowd - as he comes out and says that David Hart Smith is holding Buck’s title. Buck says that Rex Butler agrees that Buck never lost the title, but had to forfeit it due to injury. Therefore, on Feburary 6th, Buck will get his chance to win back the Heavyweight Title!
Alex Payne vs. Michael Tarver
Alex Payne got a better than expected reception tonight, hailing from nearby Des Moines, IA. Payne was looking to pick up his first-ever victory here in the PCW; but he had to step into the ring with a newcomer by the name of Michael Tarver. Alfred and James called Tarver “a monster”, as he towered over Payne, and outweighed him by a substantial amount. But, to the surprised of everyone, it didn’t seem to faze Payne, as he routinely locked Tarver in an armbar submission, nearly getting the big man to tap out! But, Tarver fought back, and gained the advantage, using his strength and size to wear Payne down. Tarver finished off the match with a moved Alfred and James called “Tarver’s Lightning”, for the 1-2-3.
Michael Tarver pinned Alex Payne with the Tarver’s Lightning in 0:14:00. Rating: * ¾
After the match, Tarver stood over Payne, as the referee checks on him. Tarver leaves the ring, as the crowd responds with a mixed reaction.
SOMETHING’S AMISS Backstage, Brooke Barlow is seen with the PCW Tag Team Champions - JAY LETHAL and DANIEL BRYAN. Brooke asks the two how things are going after the events that took place last week on the live show. Jay says that he thinks everything has been going pretty well; and that he, again, hopes that Daniel knows he wasn’t doing anything on purpose to eliminate him from the battle royal last week. Bryan is quiet for a moment after that, before finally saying that he knows, and that he’s sure everything will be back to normal by February 6th.
Brooke then asks who they’d like to defend the Tag Team titles against at the live show in Honalulu. Lethal says that it doesn’t really matter who they face, because they have proven to be worthy champions; and that it will take a lot to take the belts away from them. Bryan says that it doesn’t matter to him either, except that he knows that on any given day, and in any given moment, things can change; and the Tag Team Titles could easily be taken away from them. He tells Jay that they both need to be on their guard from now on, because there’s not telling who will be coming after them. Bryan walks away, looking back over his shoulders, as Brooke and Jay stare after him.
Ken Anderson vs. Joseph Mercury
The fans in Lincoln got to see their second debut in as many matches tonight, as Joseph Mercury took on Ken Anderson tonight. Anderson has been having a hard time finding his identity since making the move to the PCW from the main roster, and tonight seemed to be his best chance at picking up a victory. But Mercury looked comfortable inside the ring, and displayed quite a few skills that caught Anderson off guard. This match was back and forth, and both men picked up a couple near falls each, but in the end, Mercury connected with a Double Underhook DDT to pick up a huge opening victory. Joseph Mercury pinned Ken Anderson with the Double Underhook DDT in 0:11:57. Rating: **** ¼
The All-Night Express vs. David Otunga/Byron Saxton
All four of these men took part in the 10-man battle royal at the live show last week, only to come up short of being able to challenge for the Heavyweight Title. So, tonight, both teams were looking to get one step closer to eventually challenging for the Tag Team Titles. That distinction went to Otunga and Saxton. Saxton started off the match, and Rhett Titus and Kenny King used double teams to get the better of him at the onset of the match. But it didn’t take long for Saxton to recover and tag in Otunga, who cleaned us - much to the delight of the fans - and locked in the abdominal stretch onto Titus. Saxton ran across the ring and stopped King from interfering as the Titus passed out. The referee quickly called for the bell.
David Otunga & Byron Saxton defeated The All-Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) when D. Otunga made R. Titus pass out in an abdominal stretch in 0:02:15. Rating: **
EDDIE EDWARDS WANTS ANSWERS Alfred Pressley and James Westerfield run down the events that took place during the live event - for those that were not able to see it. EDDIE EDWARDS interrupts them, as he comes down to the ring. Edwards says that he has come out to the ring tonight, because he wants to hear an explanation for Lance Bravado’s actions last week. Edwards says that Lance has him to thank for becoming Television Champion last week; but then he turns around and attacks Edwards later in the show. Edwards demands that Bravado meet him in the ring, or there will be hell to pay.
After a few moments, LANCE BRAVADO comes out to the ring, carrying the Television Title around his waist. Bravado starts by thanking Edwards for his help in becoming Television Champion, though there was very little doubt in his mind that he would beat Alberto Del Rio last week. Bravado then says that there is a simple explanation for his actions last week. Lance says that Edwards is either naïve or stupid to think that Lance would help him defeat his own brother - especially after all the hell and torment Edwards put Harlem through over the past few weeks. Lance says that it was sweet vindication to win the TV Title and see his brother get payback. Lance says that, in one night, the Bravados went right back to being the happy family they once were, and it was all thanks to Edwards.
Edwards gets into Bravado’s face, and tells him that he could take the TV Title from him at any moment; and that he’s lucky Edwards isn’t kicking his ass right now. This brings out ALBERTO DEL RIO - without Roberto Rodriguez - who comes to the ring and says that if anyone gets a chance to take the belt from Lance, it’s the former champion. Del Rio says that Edwards can have what’s left of Bravado after Del Rio is finished with him at the Live Show. Edwards attacks Del Rio as Bravado slips out of the ring and stands at ringside. The fight continues until Commissioner Rex Butler comes to ringside and demands them to stop fighting. Butler says that he can see both Edwards’ and Del Rio’s claims to the a title match, so he’s going to give them both a title shot at the February 7th live show. Butler walks away as all three men stare at each other.
The Big Show vs. Alberto Del Rio (w/Roberto Rodriguez)
Both of these men came up short in their respective title matches last week during the live show. They both had scores to settle, but tonight, it looked like Del Rio had the most to prove. The former Television Champion came out with a fury, shocking the much larger Big Show, by not allowing the big man to get in any offense for the first few moments of the match. The Big Show slowed down the match, when he grabbed Del Rio and threw him through the ropes, allowing him to catch his breath. Show’s offense was short-lived as Del Rio reversed a choke slam attempt into an armbar submission. Show, for as strong as he is, tried to get out of the move, but after nearly a minute, he tapped out.
Alberto Del Rio defeated The Big Show when The Big Show tapped out in an armbar submission in 0:10:10. Rating: *** (The Great Khali no-showed.)
Post by wickedrex1 on Jan 15, 2014 22:39:49 GMT -5
PCW House Show January 17, 2012 Save-On-Foods Centre - Victoria, British Columbia Attendance: 4,410 (63%)
- Alberto Del Rio comes out with Roberto Rodriguez to start the show. The crowd boos Del Rio as both men enter the ring. Del Rio grabs a microphone and says that, until tonight, he had never heard of Victoria, British Columbia; and that everyone in attendance was lucky to be in his presence. Del Rio says that he didn't come out to waste his time talking to the crowd, but to get something very important off his chest. Del Rio says that, two weeks ago, he lost the Television Title to Lance Bravado... but that it didn't feel like a loss, because he was cheated out of the title by Eddie Edwards. Del Rio says that he can't change the fact that Rex Butler has signed a Triple Threat Match for next month, and that both he and Edwards will get a shot at the title. But, Del Rio says what he can do is make Edwards pay for ever sticking his nose where it doesn't belong. Del Rio says he knows that Edwards and Bravado have their issues... but, because of his actions, Edwards now has an issue with Del Rio. Del Rio issues a challenge to Edwards, for a one-on-one match later tonight, before leaving the ring,. with Rodriguez in-tow.
From the onset of the show tonight, it looked as if the situation surrounding the Television Title was just heating up, two weeks before the huge Triple Threat Match that will take place in Honolulu. Alberto Del Rio and Eddie Edwards would be squaring off with each other later in the evening. But, it was the champion, Lance Bravado, taking on Joseph Mercury to start the show.
Mercury was coming off a very impressive debut against Ken Anderson last week. And, because of his performance, he was awarded a Television Title shot by Rex Butler. From the moment the bell sounded, Mercury looked like a man who would never get a second chance to challenge for the title. He hit Bravado with everything in his arsenal, and on a number of occasions, nearly picked up the victory. But, over the years, Bravado has proven that he fought his way back through some terrible odds; and tonight was just another example. Bravado fought back into the match, but it was clear that he didn’t have the strength to take over the match. Mercury connected with a fisherman’s suplex, in the center of the ring, only to have Bravado kick out just before the three-count. Mercury then jumped on Bravado and grabbed his throat. The referee warned Mercury to let go, before ultimately calling for the bell.
[PCW Television Title Match]: Lance Bravado defeated Joseph Mercury by disqualification in 0:19:21. Rating: ** ¼ (Lance Bravado retained the PCW Television Title.)
After the match, the referee grabbed Mercury and pulled him off Bravado. Mercury rolled out of the ring, and slapped the canvas, before making his way up the ramp.
- A preview for the upcoming HWL pay-per-view, Best of the Best is shown.
Lately, David Otunga and Bryon Saxton have been showing that they are taking leaps and bounds when it comes to getting better as a team inside the ring. On the other hand, the Tag Team Champions are coming off a very strange outing, two weeks ago, when their partnership seemed to be questioned due to events that took place during the ten-man battle royal. Tonight, either one of these teams would have the chance to continue their success, or get back on the same page. However, The Big Show had other plans in mind. Just moments after the match started, The Big Show came down to the ring, and cracked a steel chair over the back of Otunga. The referee disqualified Lethal and Bryan, awarded the match to Otunga and Saxton.
[Non-Title Match]: David Otunga & Bryon Saxton defeated Jay Lethal & Daniel Bryan when D. Otunga defeated D. Bryan by disqualification in 0:01:47. Rating: ** [The Big Show interfered against David Otunga.]
After the match, Bryon Saxton jumped off the apron and went after The Big Show, only to get met with a stiff right hand, that dropped him to the concrete. Lethal and Bryan watched from inside the ring as The Big Show ripped the steel ring steps away from the ring, and flipped over the time keeper’s table. The Big Show shouted that he isn’t finished with David Hart Smith. The Big Show said that no one will stop him from getting his hands on the Heavyweight Champion. PCW officials and security officials rushed down to the ring, and tried to escort The Big Show backstage. The Big Show pushed them away, and stormed back up the ramp, as the crowded responded with boos.
- On the stage, James Westerfield introduces Max Buck. Westerfield says that there were some concerns about whether or not it was in Buck’s best interest to return to the ring, because of the injury suffered to his neck. Westerfield asks Buck if he shares those concerns. Buck says that his doctors are keeping a very close eye on him and his condition; and that an agreement was struck that Buck would be evaluated after every match, to determine if he is still cleared to compete. Buck says that is something he has to deal with every week, but that it wasn’t enough to keep him from coming back and facing David Hart Smith for the Heavyweight Title.
Westerfield asks Buck for his opinion on the Canadian Bulldog. Buck says that Smith is a tremendous athlete, and that by being a second-generation superstar, it’s in his blood to want to be at the top. Buck says that he was at the top of the PCW until his injury; so, for Smith to to stake claim to the top of the mountain, he has to beat the man who was there before him.
David Hart Smith runs out from the back, and smashes the Heavyweight Title into the back of Buck’s head. Westerfield runs off as Smith stomps on Buck’s back and neck. Smith whips Buck into the guardrail and then back into the stage set-up. Buck slumps to the ground, holding the back of his neck, as Smith says that he’s not going anywhere. Smith says if Buck’s neck can hold up until Feburary 6th, it’ll be the last match Buck ever has. Smith walks away as the medical staff runs out to check on Buck.
Alberto Del Rio (w/Roberto Rodriguez) vs. Eddie Edwards
Last week, both men made their claims as the rightful challenger to Lance Bravado and the Television Title. What started out as an argument ended as a brawl, while Bravado slipped out of the way. Both Del Rio and Edwards got their title show - in a Triple Threat Match - at next month’s live show. But, tonight, there was plenty of unfinished business between them. Their match started off with both me jockeying for the advantage, only to have things escalate into another all-out brawl that spilled out to the concrete. Robert Rodriguez got involved, attacked Edwards from behind, giving Del Rio the chance to whip Edwards into the guardrail. But, Del Rio was not concerned with winning the match, as the referee counted both men out as they continued to battle each other at ringside.
Eddie Edwards and Alberto Del Rio battled to a double countout in 0:12:16. Rating: *** ¼ [Roberto Rodriguez interfered against Eddie Edwards.]
After the match, officials rushed down to the ring, and separated both men from each other. Roberto Rodriguez tried to get a cheap shot in on Edwards, but officials grabbed him and escorted him from ringside as well. Officials cleared the ring as Westerfield and Pressley agree that it’s not over between Edwards and Del Rio.
James Storm vs. Max Buck
Max Buck made a surprise return last week, as the former Heavyweight Champion was named #1 Contender for the title he lost due to a neck injury a number of weeks ago. Tonight, Buck made his return to action against James Storm - who, with Robert Roode - was still upset about not winning regaining the Tag Team Titles at the live show. Storm looked to make up for the disappointing showing two weeks ago, and from the onset of the match, he didn’t allow Buck much breathing room. It didn’t help matters that Buck was viciously attacked by Heavyweight Champion David Hart Smith earlier in the show. Buck spent most of the match fighting back, making sure to protect his neck; but in doing so, he left himself vulnerable to Storm. Though beaten for most of the match, Buck fought his way back, and with his tenacity and will-power, was able to gain control of the match, using his speed to take Storm off the attack. No longer showing fear for his neck, Buck began hitting high-risk moves to wear Storm down. Buck went to the top rope, and in a moment that the fans were on the edge of their seats, hit a moonsault for the 1-2-3.
Max Buck pinned James Storm after a moonsault in 0:07:49. Rating: ** ½
PCW LIVE SHOW - 02/07/12 - Honolulu, Hawaii Heavyweight Title Match: Max Buck vs. (c) David Hart Smith Television Title Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Eddie Edwards vs. (c) Lance Bravado
PCW House Show January 24, 2012 Arena at Gwinnett Center - Duluth, Georgia Attendance: 10,192 (91%)
- Television Champion Lance Bravado comes out to the ring to start the show. Bravado says that, ever since he won the TV Title, he knows what it’s like to have a target on his back. He says that, for so long, he was always the one chasing after something; and now he knows what’s it like to be chased. Bravado says that three people in the PCW are trying to do whatever they can to take the title away from him. He says that Alberto Del Rio and Eddie Edwards will have their chance to do so in two weeks, but that he didn’t expect the actions taken by Joseph Mercury last week. Bravado says that Mercury couldn’t handle the fact that he couldn’t beat Bravado cleanly, so he got himself disqualified. Bravado says that Mercury had his chance to win the TV Title, but blew it, because he let his aggression get the better of him. Out from the crowd, Mercury slides into the ring, and attacks Bravado. Bravado fights back, and things turn into an all-out brawl, as PCW officials rush down to the ring, followed by Rex Butler.
Butler demands that both men be separated, and says that if either of them physically touch the other - at any point for the rest of the night - they will both be suspended, and Bravado would be stripped of the TV Title. Butler says that, since it’s obvious there is a larger issue surrounding the TV Title, there must be a way for it to get resolved. Butler than signs a tag team match for next week: Joseph Mercury will team up with Eddie Edwards, to take on the team of Alberto Del Rio and Lance Bravado!
- A recap of Monday Night’s Anarchy is shown.
Harlem Bravado vs. Alex Payne
Harlem Bravado came out with a chip on his shoulder tonight, and completely outperformed Alex Payne inside the ring. Minus a few instances of Payne taking control of the match, Bravado ran things throughout this match. Bravado picked up the victory after connecting with a DDT, followed by the X Marks the Spot, for the 1-2-3.
Harlem Bravado pinned Alex Payne with the X Marks the Spot in 0:10:31. Rating: ** ¼
- A video is shown of David Otunga and Bryon Saxton confronting Rex Butler backstage. Otunga says that what The Big Show did was unacceptable; and that he could’ve put Otunga’s and Saxton’s careers in jeopardy by what Show did. Otunga demands that Show be punished. Butler says that he agrees; Show should not have interfered in their match, and can understand their frustration. But, instead of punishing Show for his actions, Butler says that he will let Otunga and Saxton control what happens to Show. Butler says that they will face Show, in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match, at the February 6th live show.
Wade Barrett vs. The Big Show
Tonight saw the debut of British wrestler Wade Barrett, who had the unenviable task of stepping into the right with The Big Show after word was given that Show would be facing David Otunga and Bryon Saxton in a Handicap Match at the live show. Show wasted little time with Barrett, manhandling him from the opening bell, and picking up the 1-2-3 after a massive choke slam.
The Big Show pinned Wade Barrett with the Choke Slam in 0:03:06. Rating: * ½
Jeff Hardy/Steve Corino vs. The All-Night Express
The fans in Duluth were witness to another debut tonight, as Jeff Hardy and Steve Corino came down from the main roster to take on the All-Night Express. Corino is one-half of the HWL Tag Team Champions, so it’s known that he can work as a team; but it has been some time since Hardy was a member of a unit. Tonight, though, they worked well as a team, as did Titus and King. This match went back and forth, and had a number of high-risk moves. In the end, King and Hardy were outside the ring, where King whipped Hardy into the steel ring post. Hardy dropped down to the concrete, holding his shoulder, as King re-entered the ring. The referee made the 10-count and awarded the ANE the victory.
The All-Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) defeated Jeff Hardy & Steve Corino when K. King defeated J. Hardy by countout in 0:07:12. Rating: * ¼
- James Westerfield announces to the crowd that Max Buck suffered some mild damage to his neck, last week, at the hands of Heavyweight Champion David Hart Smith. Westerfield said that a determination on Buck’s condition - and his chances of wrestling at the February 7th live show - have not been decided. Westerfield says that more information will be available next week.
The “Canadian Bulldog” did not get a very warm reception from the crowd tonight - especially after the news of Max Buck’s condition - but, he did not allow that to distract him as he took on Ken Anderson in tonight’s main event. Anderson started off the match on offense, but missed a clothesline, and that spelled the end of Anderson’s evening. Smith connected with a devastating clothesline and a power slam, before hitting a Northern Lights suplex for a quick 1-2-3.
[Non-Title Match]: David Hart Smith pinned Ken Anderson after a Northern Lights suplex in 0:01:42. Rating: **
Card rating: * ¾
PCW Live Show - 02/07/12 - Honolulu, HI Heavyweight Title Match: Max Buck vs. (c) David Hart Smith Television Title Match: Alberto Del Rio vs. Eddie Edwards vs. (c) Lance Bravado Handicap Match: David Otunga/Bryon Saxton vs. The Big Show
Last Edit: Feb 2, 2014 17:51:57 GMT -5 by wickedrex1